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When Is The 2023 Super Bowl? All Your Game-Day Questions Answered

Everything that makes Super Bowl 57 come together is falling into place. The results are in and the Kansas City Chiefs are your AFC champions while the Philadelphia Eagles soared to the top in the NFC. Now, the two will go head-to-head in the final game of the NFL season – the Super Bowl championship. So, you are probably wondering when the big game is or how you can tune in. Look no further, we answer all your game-day questions below!

When Is Super Bowl 2023?

Between 2004 and 2021, the Super Bowl was always scheduled for the first Sunday in February. But, in 2021, there were format changes with the league expanding to 17 regular-season games instead of 16, which pushed the championship match to the second Sunday in February. Now, Super Bowl 57 will be held on February 12, 2023, with kickoff being at 6:30 p.m. ET. It is the second-latest Super Bowl in history, with last year’s being played on February 13, 2022. 

The league has released dates for a pair of upcoming Super Bowls too. Here’s when to mark it in your future calendars:

Upcoming Super Bowl Dates:
  • Super Bowl 58: February 11, 2024
  • Super Bowl 59: February 9, 2025

Where Is The Super Bowl Taking Place?

Super Bowl 57 will be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It will be the venue’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, with its most recent previous showcase being in 2015. State Farm Stadium is the home nest of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals, who had a rough season and finished with a 4-13 record, the third worst in the league. This is the first year the NFL chose the location without a bidding process. From here on out, the league will decide during meetings on the site for the Super Bowl after a city submits a request. Here are where to plan future stays for upcoming Super Bowls: 

Locations For Future Super Bowls:
  • Super Bowl 58: Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada
  • Super Bowl 59: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Who will Be playing In The Super Bowl?

The Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) will be taking on the Kansas City Chiefs (14-3) in Super Bowl 57. The Eagles punched their ticket to the championship with a 31-7 win over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game. The Chiefs had a tighter contest but ultimately got past the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the AFC championship game. Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes, making his third Super Bowl appearance, threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns against the Bengals. Mahomes finished first in the league in passing yards (5,250), touchdown passes (41) and QBR (77.5), and is currently favored to win the Super Bowl MVP.

Wondering if the favorites tend to take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy? Or whether the scoreboard tends to go OVER the points total? Just generally curious about the overall results of the championship game over the years? Check out our Super Bowl History page to see who has won and the betting results.

Who’s Performing In The Halftime Show?

Rihanna is ending her nearly five-year performing hiatus at the 2023 Super Bowl, one of the biggest stages in music. Last year’s show featuring Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and other R&B legends recorded 100 million live viewers. Rihanna has been busy being a new mom, a makeup mogul and a fashion curator but now she is ready to step back up to the microphone. There are plenty of props waiting to be bet on for the Super Bowl 57 halftime show

What Channel Is The Super Bowl On?

Three channels nicely take turns broadcasting the Super Bowl, with that number soon to be four. Fox, CBS and NBC are the three longtime sources for showcasing the game. This year it is Fox’s turn to be the go-to channel to watch the big game. Believe it or not, broadcasting rights for the Super Bowl are settled all the way until 2033 – talk about planning ahead! For Super Bowl 61, a new face will join the broadcasting group with ABC earning rights. 

How Can i stream The Super Bowl?

Speaking of channels, do people still actually pay for cable? It’s definitely becoming more popular for streaming services to take over. You won’t want to be fumbling around and clicking aggressively minutes before game time, so be prepared and sign up for a variety of streaming services that will offer the game.

One option is SlingTV, which provides about 50 channels for $55 a month. But, first-time subscribers will get a deal that gives you a month’s trial for half price. Secondly, Hulu+ is another way to watch the game. Hulu+ allows you to stream all NFL games for $70 a month. Lastly, FuboTV is a go-to for live sporting events. Most NFL games, including the Super Bowl, will be available on the platform. The company also has packages geared for all sports fans, streaming leagues like MLB, NHL, MLS, NBA and international soccer games for $70 a month. However, FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial for your first sign-up. 

Looking to bet on the big game and don’t know where to start? Pay a visit to our How to Bet on the Super Bowl page. Don’t forget to take a peek at our other prop bets available as the championship game approaches:

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Super Bowl 57 FAQ

When Is Super Bowl 2023?

Super Bowl LVII will be held on February 12th, 2023. Kickoff will be at 6:30 p.m. ET and 4:30 p.m. local time. It is the second-latest Super Bowl in history since the NFL changed its format in 2021 from scheduling 16 to 17 regular season games.

Who Will Play In The Super Bowl?

The Philadelphia Eagles will meet the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. The Eagles are the NFC champions after a 31-7 blowout over the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, the Chiefs snuck past the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the AFC championship. 

Where Is The Super Bowl Being Played?

For its third season, the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona will host the Super Bowl. The last time State Farm Stadium held the event was in 2015. The venue is home to the NFL's Arizona Cardinals during the regular season. 

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